The Japanese based automaker Mitsubishi is planning to introduce a facelifted version for both local and European auto markets, malady cialis with the updates stopping at redesigning the front bumper and the grille.
Sadly we don’t have more details about the facelifted version of the popular SUV but as we said in the first paragraph, the Mitsubishi Pajero is expected to come with a “new” front bumper and a small revision of the front grille, with possible small interior tweaks in the books, but don’t expect significant changes in the powerplants.
An exact date for when the facelifted version of the Mitsubishi Pajero will be officially presented hasn’t been announced yet but considering the fact that the vehicle will reach both the Japanese and the European markets, the automaker might bring its “new” SUV to the Tokyo Motor Show in December.
As a reminder, the first generation of the Mitsubishi Pajero was originally launched at the same Japanese event back in 1982 and it was being offered as a three-door, short wheelbase model.
The fourth generation of the Pajero, which is also the newest one, has been in sale since 2006 and it’s offered with a choice of three engines, the 3.2 Di-D, the 3.0 V6 and the 3.8 V6, mated to three transmissions, the five-speed manual, the four-speed automatic and the five-speed automatic.